03-02-2013, 08:02 PM
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The VERY first thing, everyone here will notice, is that you have a toddler, riding a very large horse alone and not wearing a helmet. I don't care how kind/slow horses are, things can happen at any moment and the results, devastating. Put a helmet on that child.
Well I think the horse is just lovely. Maybe she is a bit long and leans toward having a very slight, roach back. I'd like to see a close shot of her pasterns and feet, after farrier work has caught up. I suppose that is what some call, an American Warmbloood? Regardless, what a nice big mare for you. Hopefully she won't have any future problems, after her eyelids are fixed.
And good for you, for taking in a mare who has problems.